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  • Thank you very much for your thoughtful response to our article entitled, “Exploring Race in Nursing: Teaching Nursing Students about Racial Inequality Using the Historical Lens.” Certainly, this is a very large topic and indeed deserves our serious consideration. I could not agree with you more and am encouraged to find that young scholars are investigating diverse minority populations and addressing the gap that you so ably point out.

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45. Patient-Centered Care: Challenges and Rewards

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The 6 initial articles in this OJIN topic emphasize ‘person-centeredness,’ a term that is becoming increasingly familiar within health and social care at a global level to describe a standard of care that ensures the patient/client is at the center of care delivery.

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